Yesterday (2018-03-20) I attended a seminar on regulations in medical software. It gave me heebie-jeebies because it’s obvious that Uncle Bob’s fears seem to become true: law and government will tell us how to do our profession. And gosh, what they are telling us is to go back 10 years. We should not be that passionate programmer and we should swap the two sides of the Agile Manifesto again. The right side really matters much more for them ;-(
Why the f* I have to spread “Why Your Avatar Matters” everytime I join a new environment ;-)
We, as software developers, will face more and more regulatory demands. Business, government, laws will tell us how to do our work.
ThoughtWork’s new Technology Radar (Vol.17) is out. Always worth reading …
Best article about Erlang Schedulers, I found so far …
It took me some time to figure out how this combination works. Finally, it is rather easy.
Thank you, Chad Fowler @chadfowler for pointing to Glenn Vanderburg’s @glv update of his wonderful talk “Real Software Engineering”. I was fascinated by one of the early versions I saw at Rails Conf 2011 in Baltimore.
More and more people in our industrie figure out what Leonardo Da Vinci already knows hundrets of years ago: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Comming from a Ruby-background; after two years of enterprise Java, I have to make a decision. And what a fool I’m that this took me two years.
A short summary how to deploy a Phoenix-Project to an AWS-Instance
playing with the sky …
filmed with Gaston on the roof of la “maison du peuple” “La Fraternelle”, at the villige of Saint Claude , summer of 2013
(a part of a traveling film in the Jura by Gaston Igounet and Lior shoov)
If there should be any regulation at all, I would appreciate treating traffic by how worth its content is, not by how much the author paid.
Wow, time is passing so fast. It is 6 years since I started this blog on tumblr. They just gave me this badge for the 250th post! :-)
GraphQL attracts me more and more. So, I just bought the (beta) book “Craft GraphQL APIs with Elixir and Absinthe” at “The Pragmatic Bookshelf”.
Next, I will figure out how to use GraphQL at the frontend with ELM fetching data from the Elixir backend. A combination I consider to be really faaaast and clear.
Current development speed is a function of past development quality. - @brianm— Rich Rogers (@RichRogersIoT) November 30, "2017"
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